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1) Wyoming U.S. Representative Liz Cheney has introduced a bill that would levy a fee of $150 to individuals or groups that file a protest to plans to lease or drill on federal land. Cheney says the protests slow down the permitting process which hurts the Wyoming economy. The fees would hit hunters and conservation groups particularly hard, since they file protests to protect hunting and wildlife.
Should new fees be levied against groups that file protests over leasing or drilling plans?
2) The state of Minnesota had outlawed the wearing of clothes, buttons, or hats with political messages on them at polling places. The Supreme Court overturned the law, saying it was overbroad.
Should Wyoming allow people to wear items with political messages at polling places?

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National Weather Service issues severe weather watches

Posted 6-17-2018, National Weather Service (CHEYENNE) -- The National Weather Service has forecast severe weather and flash flood watches through Monday evening for areas in northwest and southeast Wyoming.   It forecasts moderate to heavy rain potential from Sunday,...

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Humidity slows burning, thunderstorms could cause flooding

By Ike Fredregill, Laramie Boomerang
LARAMIE — 
Composed of burnt vegetation, rock outcroppings and stubborn, green groves tucked into steep draws, the eastern edge of the Badger Creek Fire created a mosaic on the slopes west of Jelm Mountain.  Click here for more

Lightning storm starts multiple fires

By Karla Pomeroy, Northern Wyoming Daily News
WORLAND — Lightning strikes caused several fires in Washakie and Big Horn counties.
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Feds may change approach to oil and gas permits to protect Native American cultural sites in Wyoming

By Heather Richards, Casper Star-Tribune
CASPER — When Matt Avery rides his horse along his cattle ranch in northern Wyoming, he mulls over the past.

To the north, he can see the rocky forehead of Devils Tower. In the Thunder Basin — to the south — wagon wheels once broke through the grasslands. And reclining against the eastern horizon are the Big Horn Mountains — where Crazy Horse acted as a decoy during Custer’s Last Stand in 1876.  Click here for more

Pastor returns to Cheyenne after 52 years in ministry

By Chrissy Suttles, Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE – In 1966, at just 6 years old, the Rev. Dr. Hilton McClendon Sr. began his career in ministry after hearing what he believed to be the voice of God speaking to him from a choir stand in Omaha, Nebraska.  Click here for more

Evanston’s ‘twin towers’

By Andrew Graham, Wyofile.com
EVANSTON — One year after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, townspeople in Evanston gathered to march two steel beams, reclaimed from an old county road bridge, through town to a spot on Depot Square, an old railroad loading yard and beneficiary of urban renewal.

The beams were placed upright and slightly askew, designed to represent the twin towers of the World Trade Center before their collapse.  Click here for more

State board to consider two projects June 21

Posted 6-17-2018, Wyoming Business Council (CHEYENNE) -- The State Loan and Investment Board will consider two Business Ready Community (BRC) grant requests during its June 21 quarterly meeting at 8 a.m. in the Emerson Building Auditorium at 2001 Capitol Avenue in...

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Certificate surcharge to boost child abuse prevention

Posted 6-17-2018, Wyoming Department of Health (CHEYENNE) -- With an aim of boosting child abuse prevention, Vital Statistics Services (VSS) will resume collecting an added $5 surcharge for many of its services beginning July 1. VSS is part of the Wyoming Department...

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Cheyenne police seek information on burglary

Posted 6-16-2018, Cheyenne Police Department (CHEYENNE) -- The Cheyenne Police Department is investigating a burglary which occurred around the first week of June.  A silver and orange Stihl chainsaw and silver and orange Stihl gas trimmer were stolen from a shed in...

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Cheyenne First Responders React Quickly To Airplane Crash

Posted 6-15-18, City of Cheyenne (CHEYENNE) -- Cheyenne Fire Rescue, Cheyenne Police and the Wyoming Air National Guard responded to a single-engine plane crash Thursday afternoon in the 4500 block of Converse Avenue. The two occupants in the plane escaped without...

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1) A judge in California has ruled that Starbucks and other coffee companies have to post a cancer warning, because a chemical used in the bean roasting process is a known carcinogen. The coffee industry is fighting back, saying the amount of the carcinogen is too small to cause harm. They say they can’t remove the chemical without affecting the taste.
Should new fees be levied against groups that file protests over leasing or drilling plans?
2) The federal government, including Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who is from Montana, is considering blocking gold mining from the mountains just north of Yellowstone National Park, citing concerns about the impact on the environment. Mining companies say they have been working in the area for years and the impact of new mines would be minimal.
Should Wyoming allow people to wear items with political messages at polling places?

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